Experience a sonic installation that quivers with the impact of climate change on this 50th anniversary of Earth Day.
Enter an altered sense of time and space in this sensory experience created by acclaimed composer and Dartmouth faculty member Ashley Fure in collaboration with her architect brother Adam Fure and the International Contemporary Ensemble. Stroll among suspended iridescent sculptural elements (glaciers, stalactites?) shifting to sounds too low for humans to hear, while performers add rattles, vocalizations and instrumental sounds. See on the Hop’s Moore stage the work that rocked Lincoln Center’s 2018 Mostly Mozart Festival.
Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.